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Mark Peters : February 17th 2007 - 03:46 CET

Acolens professional photography software update


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NurizonAcolens professional photography software update : The software for correction of optical deficiencies in professional photography, Acolens, is now available with improved features and an even larger lens database. The multiple tested and award winning correction software now features various improvements of the user interface and a significantly extended lens database. The new software updates are implied both in the standard version which operates as a pure correction tool with standard profiles as well as in the full version which in addition to the standard profiles allows for importing of individual own lens profiles. The Nurizon Acolens website also provides a demo version as a free download.
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The improvements include a semi-automatic assignment of lens profiles, the opportunity of adjusting the size proportions between the light table and the preview, and a now rotatable gridlock for non-horizontal takings makes the assessment of the distortion correction in the preview easier. With 44 standard profiles and 6 digital cameras Acolens currently supports 264 hardware configurations for Canon alone. Users can download the update at the company's website for free.

Correction of optical deficiencies in professional photography
Based on highly precise lens calibration methods Acolens corrects the optical image deficiencies distortions, vignetting and focus fall-off toward the edges. As a result, photographs are optimized based on objective criteria instead of mere manipulation. As lenses not only come with standard but also individual deficiencies the full version of Acolens supports the importing of individual lens profiles generated with the also available Acolens Reference Chart. Photographers who only have a rare or occasional need for lens calibrations have the opportunity to calibrate their lenses directly at Nurizon or a certified dealer. Acolens can be purchased at the company's website.

About Nurizon Software
Based in Hamburg, Germany, Nurizon is specialized in the development of hard- and software applications for optical systems. With Acolens the company introduced the first software for correction of optical deficiencies in professional photography. Further business activities involve the development of technical applications in cooperation with the optical industry.





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